Shortly after Scott O'Neil arrived at the Philadelphia 76ers, Tokens was asked to craft gifts made from the floor of Hershey Sports Arena to honor Wilt Chamberlain's 100 point game in 1962. The 100th point went through with 46 seconds left on the clock and was the final bucket of the game before fans rushed the court. Harvey Pollack was the Philadelphia Warriors PR director who created the 100 point sign. Later, he was the authenticator of this floor for the 76ers when Hershey Park transferred it in 2012.
These cuff links were used as gifts for a local Philadelphia Civic Community Group. For projects like this, Tokens will work with your team to enable the most efficient method of transfer of the artifacts. Any unused portions or remnants can be returned to the client or held in our warehouse for future projects.
For all custom projects, Tokens works with the client & artifact's historians to develop a custom authentication card that ships with each item. This card both tells the story and conveys the historical significance of the material.